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Week 4 in Survivor Pools

New England

’s 21 straight regular season wins – Done.


’s road losing streak – Done.

My Survivor pool season – Done.


It looks as if no thing is a sure thing when the 12 ½ point favorite Patriots got completely demolished by Ronnie Brown and the Fish. The Bills also received a scare and pulled out a last-second win while the Giants needed overtime to beat the Bengals. But like I have said, it is all about surviving and advancing, and I was unsuccessful last week.


Anyway, I will still continue this article for those that are allowed to re-buy into their pool or were not eliminated last week.


The Rules:


  1. Stay away from road teams.

  2. Stay away from divisional matchups.

  3. Never take a divisional team on the road.


Keep in mind as we get later in the season and have less options, some of these rules must be disregarded.


Teams chosen:

Week 1


Pittsburgh Steelers (win – defeated

Houston 38-17)

Week 2


New York Giants (win – defeated @ St. Louis 41-13)

Week 3

: New England Patriots (loss – lost to

Miami 38-13)



On to Week 4…


Let’s break down each game again …


Browns @ Bengals – Too risky for these winless teams.


Vikings @ Titans – Good game.


Broncos @ Chiefs – Broncos are an option because the Chiefs are terrible. This breaks a cardinal rule (#3), but

Kansas City is awful.

Denver is also hot at 3-0 so with these teams going in opposite directions, the Broncos are worth a look.


49ers @ Saints – Before the week, I liked the Saints (1-2) coming off a tough loss in

Denver, and then they lost another part of their offense in Jeremy Shockey. The 49ers are also playing decent right now. I still think the Saints play well at home and take care of San Fran. Another option.


Cardinals @ Jets – Jets need this win, but it won’t be easy.


Packers @ Bucs – Battle of the Bay – stay away.


Falcons @ Panthers – Possibly, but I’ll avoid this divisional game.


Texans @ Jaguars – These AFC South games are tricky.


Chargers @ Raiders – Another AFC West road team that has potential, but the Raiders look better than the Chiefs and could potentially be 2-1 if they didn’t blow the game in

Buffalo. I’ll actually hold off on this game.


Bills @ Rams – If you are alive, you probably used

Buffalo last week.

Buffalo is bound to lose one of these. I don’t think they will, but I’m not taking them in survivor.


Redskins @ Cowboys – Divisional rivalry. Looking elsewhere even though I think the Cowboys win by double digits.


Eagles @ Bears – Pass.


Ravens @ Steelers – Steelers are banged up and

Baltimore’s defense is re-energized.





Broncos over Chiefs

Saints over 49ers




I’m going with the Broncos on the road in Kansas City. Yea, I know it breaks the biggest rule, but at this point in this crazy season, I don’t care about it. The Chiefs are awful and the Broncos are hot. Kansas City will win only about three games this year and this isn’t one of them. Go



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Good luck this week!

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